Thompson Hotels, a luxury boutique lifestyle hospitality brand, has opened its new property in downtown Denver, Colorado, US.
The hotel’s debut was announced by Hyatt Hotels. Local architecture firm DLR Group has crafted the 11-storey property and New York-based Parts and Labor Design has overseen the interiors.
Located in LoDo neighbourhood, Thompson Denver is situated close to attractions, such as the 16th Street Promenade, Union Station, Larimer Square, Coors Field, Ball Arena, and popular eateries, craft breweries, theatres, and museums.
The new-build hotel has 216 guestrooms and is owned by hospitality real estate firm T2 Hospitality. It is a short drive from Denver International Airport.
Thompson Denver has a 90-seat restaurant, Chez Maggy, by chef Ludo Lefebvre on the ground-floor and a sunroom bar and lounge Reynard Social on the sixth floor.
Other guest amenities include 1,032ft2 signature Thompson Suite, featuring large private terrace with seating for eight, three meetings and events spaces and a 24-hour fitness centre fitted with advanced equipment.
Thompson Denver area vice-president and general manager Amanda Parsons said: “We’re incredibly excited to open our doors and provide a dynamic hotel and culinary experience to world travellers and the community in the Mile High City.
“Our entry into Denver marks a pivotal moment for the Thompson Hotels brand, and we’re thrilled to collaborate with internationally acclaimed chef Ludo Lefebvre to support the anticipated opening of Chez Maggy.
“Guests of Thompson Denver can expect the refined and curated service the Thompson Hotels brand is known for, alongside thoughtful design, inspired food and drinks, and programming that is distinctly Denver.”
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